If the cacophony of urban life influenced artists such as Lyonel Feininger to create powerful street scenes, how does working in a more tranquil space affect the work produced by contemporary artists? Visitors to the Concord Art Association can ponder this question, June 30-August 10, 2005, when artists from three area studios will present their work.
Over 100 artists from three Middlesex County studios, ArtSpace-Maynard, Emerson Umbrella (Concord/Carlisle), and The Mill at Littleton will present their work in a variety of media including painting, glass, sculpture, textiles and photography.
Please join us for the opening reception, June 30 from 6-8 pm at the Concord Art Association.
Since its founding in 1917, the Association has promoted and advanced contemporary art through exhibitions, lectures and classes. It also maintains a small permanent collection of art produced by leading early 20th century artists. It is located at 37 Lexington Road, Concord, MA. Hours are
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-4: 30pm,
ArtSpace-Maynard has been located in the former Fowler School building in Maynard since 2001. This non-profit art center houses 75 studio artists, the ArtSpace Gallery, printmaking facilities and the Acme Theater. For more information, visit www.artspacemaynard.com
Emerson Umbrella, located in historic Concord, MA is a non-profit cultural organization committed to nurturing and encouraging the arts throughout the community by providing studio space for artists, classes and workshops, and hosting the Musketaquid Arts & Environment Initiative and the Concord Arts Quarterly.
The Mill at Littleton comprises artists from the Bradford Street Studios, 152 Commonwealth Avenue Studios and from The Mill.